2 women arrested in connection to Georgia officer’s shooting death, GBI says

ALAMO, Ga. — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says they have made two more arrests connected to the death of Alamo, Georgia police officer Dylan Harrison.

The husband and father of a six-month-old was starting his first shift with the Alamo Police Department last week when he was ambushed, according to the GBI.

Investigators say Damien “Luke” Ferguson shot and killed Harrison after the officer Tased and arrested a friend of his earlier that same night.


He was arrested over the weekend and charged with murder of Harrison, as well as aggravated stalking in connection to a previous, unrelated domestic incident. On Wednesday, one count of bias motivated intimidation of first responders was added to his charges.

The GBI says Ferguson’s sister, 45-year-old Charlotte Ferguson, was arrested Tuesday and charged with hindering the apprehension or punishment of a criminal.

Asia Kinsey, 24, was also arrested Wednesday. She is being charged with terroristic threats and acts for a threatening social media post she made on Saturday regarding the investigation.

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Charlotte Ferguson was taken to the Crisp County Jail and Kinsey was taken to the Treutlen County Jail. Damien Ferguson remains in the Laurens County Jail.

The GBI says that more arrests and charges are expected.